The Port of Oakland recently upgraded its Transportation Management and Emergency Operations Center (TMC/EOC) with the goal of improving the port’s security and traffic flow.
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According to the Bryan Brandes, Director of Maritime, “The TMC/EOC’s new video wall system helps improve the port’s maritime operations and provides a safer, more secure maritime area.”

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